Higher & Faster – New Vision Architectures to Solve Complex Challenges
We invite you to join our webinar on March 13, 2019 from noon - 1:00 PM ET. René von Fintel, Head of Product Market Management will talk about the CoaXPress 2.0 Standard, camera interfaces in performance and applications, technological advances and new system architectures.Register to join the free webinar
Basler MED ace Cameras in Medical & Life Sciences: Highest Color Fidelity in Microscopy Applications
The Basler MED ace camera has many features that make this camera the ideal choice for applications in light microscopy. Read our Product Insight and learn more about the MED ace and its features.Read Product Insight!
embedded world 2019:
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We will have our own booth at the embedded world 2019 in Nuremberg again. Get your free entrance code and visit us from 26th to 28th February 2019 at booth 2-550!Get your free entrance code!
New Feature for the Basler ace - Vignetting Correction
A new feature is available for selected Basler ace U and ace L models: "Vignetting Correction" allows the correction of edge shadowing in the image if the image circle is too small in relation to the sensor size. Benefit from the advantages of smaller, low-cost lenses without compromising image quality.More about Vignetting Correction
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Industrial and network cameras for applications in industry, medicine, traffic and retail.
Industrial Cameras from Basler — The Right Camera for Your Application
We have been an active player in the Vision Technology industry since 1988. This experience pays off: today we are one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of industrial cameras and high-quality digital cameras for applications in Factory Automation, Medical and Life Sciences, Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) and numerous other markets.You can find more information about Basler industrial cameras here